In this episode, we’re talking with Tom Driscoll a high school social studies teacher and instructional technology consultant based in Connecticut. Tom is on a mission to better and more efficiently serve his students through the use of flipped learning and competency-based education practices. The combination of these two strategies has come to be known as “flipped mastery,” and it’s clear that Tom sees this methodology as a way for him to innovate and fundamentally change his interactions with students. Tom discusses the unique challenges that are presented when trying to implement such a bold and innovative initiative and touches on the rewards of overcoming those challenges. Be sure to check out his blog on flipped mastery at www.flipped-history.com.